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Partition a time capsule?


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I'm in the market for a time capsule and was wondering if it is possible to partition off a certain amount of space to use as just an external hard drive? The partition size wouldn't be very large (320GB) and I would use the remaining space for time machine backups.

Yeah, I know there's been threads on this before but I couldn't fine a definitive yes or no answer.

Thanks in advance.
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Yes i have mine partitioned but it is slower when it comes to moving data when compared to Firewire 800.
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